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Suddenly my KDE neon installation didn't want to start anymore. (emergency recovery shell)

Immediately searching for solutions, praying for the best...

Saw a suggestion about removing any custom /etc/fstab entries. Removed an entry i added earlier today.

Boots again right away, fuck yeah, Linux, I fucking love you ❤︎

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  • 35
    You should love the community even more, because it is what helped you.
  • 21
    Come to think of it, that’s why I like open source. When something is open source, you can almost always rely on the community.
  • 33
    Windows solutions:

    Reboot. Oh, that didn't work? Registry edit. Oh, that made it worse? Reinstall. Hope you backed up.
  • 2
    But is the feeling mutual...
  • 1
    @AlgoRythm and on each action you have a 40% chance to enter a boot loop accompanied with 70% disk corruption.
  • 1
    What was the offending fstab entry?
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